It’s sort of hard to find time to meditate nowadays, eh?  I mean, there is a lot of stuff going on.  I wonder if the old-school Buddhists would be as good at meditating if they had broadband.  It’s quite easy to distract yourself online.  By the way, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for distracting yourself with the blog!  I guess I’m happy to be a source of distraction for you.

And, should you find the inspiration to meditate a little, maybe this shot from Siem Reap, Cambodia will help.

Meditation (by Stuck in Customs)

  • This is stunning in that calming, yet mind whirling vortex way–the clouds suck me in, but the center grounds me. Incredible job!

  • Well worth it. A beautiful distraction.

  • Very nice processing. Quite a unique and enigmatic image.
    I did notice this image has more noise and artifacting than most, any reason why? Great shot!

  • Excellent image. I could mediate on this.

  • amazing photos…wish i cud learn the art

  • Really like this one… I’ve found through looking around the web and also with some limited personal experience that using HDR just for the sake of it doesn’t automatically lend itself to a better picture…

    In this case however, it really works! The sky is fantastic… Was this processed from one RAW file or multiple exposures?

    Good job and thanks for the inspiration…

  • Indibang

    Excellent processing.

  • Amazing picture, Trey. You could get lost just looking at those clouds. It looks like a peaceful setting to meditate, indeed. Peace is not so easy to find these days. Thanks for sharing!

  • Thank you guys, as usual. I enjoy reading all the comments to see what you find interesting – thanks for taking the time to do so!

    Matthew – I did not clean up a lot of the artifacting and noise because I felt like it helped the pic a bit to have it in there for some reason!

    Alex – Thanks! This was a 5-exposure HDR

  • casusan

    Oh yes – you could get lost meditating while staring at these clouds! Super shot Trey!

  • Thanks for posting good photos for us to look at, and we also enjoy reading about your adventures. I guess you could say we all live vicarously through you!

    Keep up the good work Trey!

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